NS50 celebrates 50 years of National Service, but conveniently forgets its past discrimination against Malays

OPINION — Despite all our gripes and grouches about National Service (and its yearly reservist call-ups) it’s widely regarded as A Good Thing for a variety of reasons: Singapore has too small a population to rely on citizens volunteering for the military, it forces people from different backgrounds to assimilate, etc. etc. It’s been 50 years since

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No one really wins at Geylang Serai Bazaar, where stall rentals have soared to sky-high levels of $17k

Argue all you want about the merits of rainbow-coloured snacks, but you can’t deny that the legion of trendy, Instagram-ready food and beverage vendors aren’t good news for...

No one really wins at Geylang Serai Bazaar, where stall rentals have soared to sky-high levels of $17k

Ah Boys to Men 4’s alleged racism, and the issue with Singapore’s prevailing love for lowbrow humour

OPINION — It’s 2017, and racial representation in Singapore has made some progress — but not as much as one might hope or expect, as an actor’s anecdote from a recent...

Ah Boys to Men 4’s alleged racism, and the issue with Singapore’s prevailing love for lowbrow humour

A Tale of Pirate Taxis: Why government regulations won’t help enterprising companies innovate

This article was first published on Libertarian Society Singapore Story by Davin Chee   Here’s something that you might’ve missed if you haven’t been...

A Tale of Pirate Taxis: Why government regulations won’t help enterprising companies innovate

Don’t just blame local influencers and bloggers for their shitty writing, blame their enablers too

Brands, companies and marketing execs here really should start being more discerning when choosing publications to reach out

Don’t just blame local influencers and bloggers for their shitty writing, blame their enablers too

The next presidential election is only for Malay candidates and that feels weird to me, as a Malay

Thanks and everything big G, but you really didn't have to mollycoddle a whole community to ensure 'fair

The next presidential election is only for Malay candidates and that feels weird to me, as a Malay

The truth about the abuse of Burmese domestic workers in Singapore

Our laws may be well-intentioned — but they aren't necessarily

The truth about the abuse of Burmese domestic workers in Singapore

The Allure of Contraband: Why Singapore’s black markets still flourish despite tough measures

Desires cannot be curbed with a cudgel, and can only be defeated by the means of the rational

The Allure of Contraband: Why Singapore’s black markets still flourish despite tough measures